SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 126 - APPLICABILITY
(Rev. Effective 5/25/77)
(a) This regulation sets forth the requirements for the San Diego Air Pollution Emergency Plan. The Plan shall set forth the actions to be taken in San Diego County to prevent air pollution concentrations from reaching levels which could endanger or cause significant harm to the public health, or to abate such concentrations should they occur, and to notify the public.
(b) This Plan shall consist of this Regulation, the Stationary Source Curtailment Plan developed pursuant to Rule 131, the Traffic Abatement Plan developed pursuant to Rule 132, and the Administration Procedures developed pursuant to Rule 137.
(c) Notwithstanding other provisions of these Rules and Regulations, the provisions of this regulation shall apply separately to each area of the County declared by the Air Pollution Control Officer an episode emission source or receptor area, as meteorological and air pollution data may dictate. This plan is based on the State Air Resources Board's California Air Pollution Emergency Plan, and particularly the episode criteria levels therein.